1. Microsoft Solitaire turns 30 years old today and still has 35 million monthly players  The Verge
  2. 30-Yr-Old Windows Solitaire Game Wants To Create “New World Record”  Fossbytes
  3. Microsoft Solitaire is 30 today and trying to set a new record  PC Gamer
  4. Microsoft Solitaire wants to set a world record today  Windows Central
  5. The longest card game in the world: Microsoft Solitaire is 30  The Register
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Microsoft’s Solitaire game turns 30 years old, as 35 million people are still playing it monthly. Originally included in Windows 3.0 in 1990, Solitaire was designed to teach people the basics of using a mouse. 30 years later, it’s now played in more than 200 markets around the world.Solitaire was originally designed to teach people how to use a mouse

Microsoft Solitaire turns 30 years old today and still has 35 million monthly players - The Verge

You'll be surprised to know that the all-time popular Windows Solitare game aka Microsoft Solitare Collection has turned 30 today. Microsoft expressed its excitement in a blog post and said that it wants to create a world record for the cards game. What for? You'd ask.You'll be surprised to know that the all-time popular Windows Solitare game aka Microsoft Solitare Collection has turned 30 today. Microsoft expressed its excitement in a blog post and said that it wants to create a world record for the cards game. What for? You'd ask.

30-Yr-Old Windows Solitaire Game Wants To Create “New World Record”

You'll be surprised to know that the all-time popular Windows Solitare game aka Microsoft Solitare Collection has turned 30 today. Microsoft expressed its excitement in a blog post and said that it wants to create a world record for the cards game. What for? You'd ask.You'll be surprised to know that the all-time popular Windows Solitare game aka Microsoft Solitare Collection has turned 30 today. Microsoft expressed its excitement in a blog post and said that it wants to create a world record for the cards game. What for? You'd ask.

30-Yr-Old Windows Solitaire Game Wants To Create “New World Record”

Microsoft Solitaire, the appendix of Windows PCs, has been knocking about for 30 years. You might not always remember it's there, or why it's there, but it's always hanging around on the rare chance that you'll need it. Or maybe not so rare, because its current incarnation attracts 35 million players a month. Its ubiquity, spreading out from PC to phones and tablets, no doubt keeps those numbers high, but there's a deeper appeal—when you see those columns of cards, you've just got to start moving them around. It's so familiar that it's instinctual. Then there's the fulfilment that comes from tidying up and putting things in some arbitrary order, though I'd rather do it in Wilmot's Warehouse. Solitaire even has its own day, which just so happens to be today. I've got to confess that we don't normally observe this special day in my household, but there's always time to start a new tradition. To mark its 30th anniversary and National Solitaire Day, Microsoft wants to set a new record for most games of Microsoft Solitaire played in 24 hours. There's a pretty good chance you've got it, so you might as well fire it up and play a round, at least if you can stomach its transformation into some kinda of free-to-play mobile game. Yes, apparently Solitaire is now some tangled nightmare of coins and XP and daily challenges. There's a subscription option. I'm exhausted just looking at the main menu. Some of this stuff appeared years ago, but it's been a while since I dusted the game off. Luckily, when you get past all that nonsense you can just play a regular game of Solitaire. I took a crack at it but remembered that Solitaire is actually a wee bit boring, so I just went back to work. Microsoft wants everyone to play the solo card game together, separately.

Microsoft Solitaire is 30 today and trying to set a new record | PC Gamer

Microsoft Solitaire is a popular card game and it seems like the company wants to set a world record on its 30th anniversary. Today, the company announced that the game hosts 35 million players each month from more than 200 countries.Microsoft Solitaire is a popular card game and it seems like the company wants to set a world record on its 30th anniversary. Today, the company announced that the game hosts 35 million players each month from more than 200 countries.

Microsoft Solitaire wants to set a world record today | Windows Central

“remember Windows Solitaire? It's 30 years old today, after originally shipping in Windows 3.0 to teach people how to use a mouse https://t.co/7aPbaXpLKN https://t.co/6awtEBQRrx”

Tom Warren on Twitter: "remember Windows Solitaire? It's 30 years old today, after originally shipping in Windows 3.0 to teach people how to use a mouse https://t.co/7aPbaXpLKN… https://t.co/8fW8Mh1vcR"

“Whenever I'm prompted to reboot for a Windows Update, I feel a little thrill, as one gets when UPS delivers an unexpected package. Like something is about to improve my life evermore. So far it's just been added support to scribble notes in Solitaire using a stylus I can't afford”

David W. Brown on Twitter: "Whenever I'm prompted to reboot for a Windows Update, I feel a little thrill, as one gets when UPS delivers an unexpected package. Like something is about to improve my life evermore. So far it's just been added support to scribble notes in Solitaire using a stylus I can't afford"

And that means Windows 3.0 is too

The longest card game in the world: Microsoft Solitaire is 30 • The Register

Microsoft Solitaire debuted 30 years ago today, and the software giant says it’s still used by over 35 million players each month.

Microsoft Celebrates 30 Years of Solitaire - Thurrott.com

Microsoft began celebrating the 30th anniversary of its classic Windows Solitaire video game last month with the launch of a series of videos featuring numerous players from around the globe. Now t…

Windows Solitaire video game turns 30 today as Microsoft tries to set a new world record » OnMSFT.com

To celebrate the 30th anniversary of Solitaire's launch today, Microsoft have launched Solitaire merch and... it sucks. We have some way better shirt ideas

Microsoft's Solitaire merch sucks, here's our shirt ideas | Rock Paper Shotgun

Microsoft’s Solitaire, which taught the world to use a mouse and waste unprecedented amounts of time, is turning 30 today.Microsoft’s Solitaire, which taught the world to use a mouse and waste unprecedented amounts of time, is turning 30 today.

Microsoft's time-wasting 'Solitaire' is somehow 30 years old today | Engadget